MCB Case Studies for November 10 - Case Studies for MCB 580...

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Case Studies for November 10, 2014 MCB 580 Case 1: Collaboration You just had a paper published (congrats!). You receive an e-mail from researchers at University X telling you that they ve been working on a related topic and would like to collaborate with you, perhaps working jointly on a next step project that seems to flow from the findings of your published work. Questions to discuss: Before agreeing to collaborate, what considerations should you make? How (and at what point) will you decide how to deal with issues around the ownership and use of the data? Publications and authorship? Would you have different considerations to make if they only wanted to use a reagent you made and described in the paper? Instead of publishing your data, let s say you presented it at a meeting and the people from University X saw your poster (or heard your talk). You re almost ready to publish, but not just yet. Does that change your mind at all? If so, how and why? If not, why not?
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